If you’ve ever felt blinded by another car’s headlights, and the likelihood is that you have, the two second effect is enough time to travel half a football pitch, making it more than just an inconvenience – it makes it dangerous.
Rob Hull, The Mail Online, reports:
Scientists have found that brain cells stop working completely without sleep and can completely switch off. This makes driving whilst tired a huge safety risk, and has been considered to be as bad as drink driving.
Victoria Allen, The Daily Mail, reports:
Cyclists that don’t abide by the rules of the road, such as stopping at red lights, undertaking and disregarding zebra crossings, for example, can be a frustration for drivers. But should they have number plates and MOT tests to hold them accountable?
Rob Hull, the Mail Online, reports:
Lingfield Park’s Fast Track Qualifier for the All-Weather Championships’ Fillies’ and Mares’ Final was won for the second year by a Newmarket mare, while Champion trainer Mark Johnston claimed the Listed feature on a quality card at Kempton Park on Monday.
Colder, darker evenings create a riskier driving environment, and it can also affect the health of your car. Ensuring your car is ready for the winter, and that you as the driver understand potential hazards, will help to keep you and other road users safe during these colder months.
Delays caused by lorries crashing into rail bridges are more common that you may think. It can be an incredibly dangerous collision, and Network Rail are taking precautions to reduce the risk.
Hugo Griffiths, AutoExpress, reports:
With car theft on the rise, it’s important to take the necessary precautions to reduce the risk of becoming a victim.
Alex Robbins, The Telegraph, reports: